As Pfizer and Moderna’s vaccine candidates get closer to being approved in countries around the world, many Canadians are wondering when they might be able to get a shot here. Prime Minister Trudeau has said most Canadians could be vaccinated by next September, but the details on when those vaccines may arrive in the country — and how they’ll be distributed — remain hazy. The government is also facing questions about whether other countries could be way ahead of Canada.
Two parliamentary reporters — CBC’s J.P. Tasker and the Globe and Mail’s Marieke Walsh — break down everything we know, and don’t know, about Canada’s vaccine rollout plan.
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